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Auli Trekking Pleasures in Indian Adventures

Posted on March 26, 2012 | Adventure TravelNo Comment

India is an ancient land of thrilling regions and adventurous destinations. From times immemorial, India has seen a lot of adventurous pursuits which it can boast about and all the trekking locales of India are worth a mention and a must see in Indian travels.

Treks to Indian adventurous locales are a great treat to the eye and amongst the many fascinating treks, the Auli trek is a memorable experience. Filled with mystical travails and greatly cherishable memories, Auli TrekkingAuli is one land in the Garhwal Himalayas which fills the trekker with an ecstatic feel and gives one the feeling of being in a paradise of adventure. Experiencing the unique combinations of train journeys to Haridwar, visual treats and scenic drives, is in itself a mainstay of treks to Auli. So as you go from Rishikesh to Joshimath enjoy the lovely sights of the magnificent ambience, the surreal terrain, the lovely landscapes and the warmth of the locals and feel the Auli trekking pleasure come alive in your travel memories. The rural life that you get to see is something  unique and special and an unforgettable part of Auli treks.

With the fresh air around and a rugged terrain to inhale, the mesmerizing sights of the sunrise from the peak of Nanda Devi is an enchanting experience so just delve into this trek in this part of Northern India. Trips to Auli could around 8 days and with the soft treks here which start in Delhi, the trek proceeds to Rishikesh and then Joshimath. From here you would reach Auli Tali and then come back to Joshimath again and then you would go back to your respective destinations.

On arrival to Delhi one can rest and post breakfast the next day proceed to Haridwar. Here you get to see the lovely sight of Rishikesh as you drive down here. The scenic splendour and the intriguing sights that greet you here are a great enchantment and people slowly get ready for the trek from the second day onwards.

The third day you reach Joshimath. This is around nine to ten hours drive. As the River Alaknanda is seen to flow through this region filling it with a never seen beauty, the perfect sight of the confluences of the Garhwal Himalayas is a wondrous sight to behold. You get to see the Devprayag, Karanprayag and the Rudraprayag and Nanda Prayag.


Karanprayag Rudraprayag

Prepare for the trek to Auli on the fourth day of your stay here. Here you get to see the lovely sight of the Nanda Devi peak sunrise. As the ascent gradually goes up you enjoy the pleasurable sights that greet you and experience being in a land of never before experiences . There is a break of around five hours and then the trek gets over at Tali as the Sun sets and you slowly retire for the night. After getting a great campsite you would not really mind going to sleep in these calm and serene surroundings.

Nanda Devi peak sunrise

On the fifth day as you proceed from Auli to Joshimath  the sheer beauty of traversing the picturesque locations and basking in the beauty of nature enhances your feelings about this land of thrilling delights.

On the sixth day you reach Joshimath from Rishikesh. As you go back to Rishikesh, you may be filled with the most ideal travel delights and the most fascinating tour memories. With the majestic background of the Garhwal Himalayas, the trekking experience is something that is sure to linger for a long time.

Trekking in arhwal himalayas

Auli in the trekking tours in India proves a great experience for all the trekking enthusiasts and nature lovers.

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